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Great Hearts Academies in Arizona is hosting a hiring fair in March with hopes of landing 240 new teachers. The outreach is part of the  Phoenix-based charter school group to find new … more
Retired Peoria Fire-Medical Department Capt. David Rehnke, 59, succumbed last month to a 10-year battle with renal cell carcinoma. His death was considered to be in the line of duty caused by … more
Kevin Surratt, 50, of Phoenix died from injuries sustained in a car accident in south Peoria. more
More ease of access to the northern part of Peoria will soon be on its way. more
PHOENIX (AP) — A Phoenix-area man accused of kidnapping his baby son in a custodial dispute that led to the death of the child’s mother has died from injuries suffered in a suicide … more
Spring training 2021 is moving forward with ticket sales beginning Wednesday, Feb. 24, for the Seattle Mariners and San Diego Padres, who play at the Peoria Sports Complex. more
The Peoria City Council approved a contract amendment for $334,193 with Brown and Caldwell for Jomax Booster Station Upgrades. more
Since the pandemic led to a rash of significant closures about two weeks into last year’s spring training season, nothing has been normal in professional athletics. more
Arizona Department of Health Services reported 1,143 new coronavirus cases and 213 new deaths Thursday, for a total of 802,198 cases and 15,276 deaths. more
A 280-unit gated, multifamily residential community is on track for 14 acres at the Camino a Lago Marketplace near the southeast corner of Lake Pleasant Parkway and Deer Valley Road. more
The city of Peoria purchased an 18,665 square foot property in Old Town, 8490 W. Washington Street. more
Peoria residents might not be familiar with the community paramedicine program that is part of the city’s fire-medical department, but that could change moving forward. more
Peoria City Council will consider two contentious cases at their public meeting, Feb. 16. more
Racism is not new in American society but has risen to the forefront in recent years, and a number of local groups are working to make it an important topic of conversation for all who want to participate. more
After a battle over a proposed transfer station in north Peoria that was withdrawn by Republic Services last year due to opposition from residents, another location has been proposed by the waste management company. But some residents are not happy with the new location, dubbed the WestWing Recycling & Transfer Facility, and planned to serve the far northwest Valley. more
Arizona Department of Health Services reported 1,861 new coronavirus cases and 200 new deaths Friday, for a total of 791,106 cases and 14,662 deaths. more
Contractors will begin phase four and five work of the Lake Pleasant Parkway asphalt mill and overlay project, Feb. 16. more
The city of Peoria has plans to help their fight against homelessness during the next year. more
A man wanted in the kidnapping of his son that resulted in the death of the mother has been arrested, officials said. more
City of Peoria facilities will be closed or have different hours of operation on Monday, Feb. 15 for Presidents Day. more
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